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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1998
Tiffany Trockenbrod scored the only goal in overtime to give the No. 1 College of New Jersey a 12-11 victory over No. 2 Williams for the Division III women's lacrosse title yesterday at UMBC Stadium.The Lions (15-0), who lost in the final last year to Middlebury, won their seventh title in eight years and their 11th overall. New Jersey (formerly Trenton State) has won 117 of its last 118 games.Yesterday, the Lions also needed a big stand from backup goalie Sharon Vitulli, who finished with 13 saves including two in overtime that preserved the win.Vitulli held off a last-second charge by the Ephs, blocking Lauren Gioia's free-position shot and then snaring Cara Shortsleeve's attempt off the carom.
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By Jennifer Choi and Jennifer Choi,SUN REPORTER | October 10, 2007
Villa Julie College went coeducational in 1972 and became a four-year school in 1984, but a lot of guidance counselors don't seem to know that. The college separated from the Roman Catholic Church four decades ago, but to many employers and would-be students the words "Villa Julie" still summon images of a religious institution. Now the suburban Baltimore college is considering changing its name. "There are people who don't open our envelopes because they think we're a two-year girls college," said Glenda LeGendre, vice president for marketing and public relations at Villa Julie.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 22, 2003
Salisbury advanced to the Division III field hockey championship for the first time since 1986 with a 1-0 victory over College of New Jersey yesterday in Annville, Pa. Senior Lindsay Elliott redirected Erin Budd's shot in the 21st minute for the game's lone goal. Salisbury, in its third final four in four years and first national title game since winning the tournament 17 years ago, will play top-ranked Middlebury in today's championship. Middlebury (19-0) won its semifinal yesterday over Cortland State, 2-1. The Sea Gulls (19-1)
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By MICHAEL HILL and MICHAEL HILL,SUN REPORTER | November 27, 2005
George Ritzer can still remember the first time. It was 1959. He was driving from his native New York, where he was a student at the City College of New York, to visit a friend at Amherst College. Looming next to the road somewhere in Massachusetts was a pair of golden arches, the first McDonald's restaurant he had seen. Little did Ritzer, now a University of Maryland professor, know that he was gazing on the symbol that would help establish his imprint on the field of sociology. The English version of his 1993 book The McDonaldization of Society, is a popular textbook that has sold more than 175,000 copies.
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By Jennifer Choi and Jennifer Choi,SUN REPORTER | October 10, 2007
Villa Julie College went coeducational in 1972 and became a four-year school in 1984, but a lot of guidance counselors don't seem to know that. The college separated from the Roman Catholic Church four decades ago, but to many employers and would-be students the words "Villa Julie" still summon images of a religious institution. Now the suburban Baltimore college is considering changing its name. "There are people who don't open our envelopes because they think we're a two-year girls college," said Glenda LeGendre, vice president for marketing and public relations at Villa Julie.
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By KATHERINE DUNN | May 15, 1999
NCAA Div. III semifinalsat Homewood Field,Johns Hopkins No. 1 College of New Jersey (14-0) vs. No. 5 Amherst (12-2)Time: 10: 30 a.m.Outlook: A dynasty in Division III, the College of New Jersey has 10 national titles since 1985, including six of the last eight. The Lions have lost just one of their last 132 games -- the 1997 title game to Middlebury. They avenged that loss in last year's semifinal before going on to nip Williams College, 12-11 in overtime, for the championship. Amherst, which upset No. 4 Bowdoin 15-9 in the quarterfinals, has met the Lions just once in the tournament -- falling 19-10 in the 1996 first round.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 2, 2002
Senior Stacey Morlang broke three school records as she recorded 12 goals and four assists to lead Loyola to a 25-4 victory over American yesterday at Curley Field. The Greyhounds improved to 15-3 as Morlang's goal total and 16 points eclipsed Janet Eisenhut's records of 10 goals and 15 points in a game. Morlang also recorded her 285th career point, which broke Eisenhut's record of 284. Johns Hopkins 15, Towson 6: Erin Wellner and Jamie Larrimore each scored four goals to lead the Blue Jays (10-6)
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | May 15, 2005
Top-ranked Salisbury University raced out to a 5-0 lead and cruised to a 15-4 victory against 13th-ranked Washington and Lee in an NCAA Division III tournament game Sunday afternoon. Senior midfielder Linda Ackerman paced the Sea Gulls (16-0) with three goals, and Kate Scott had two goals and two assists. Junior attacker Amanda Tack added two goals and one assist, and junior Ali Goetz recorded 10 saves in goal. Salisbury has won 27 of its past 28 games. Amanda Stickler paced W&L (15-4)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 20, 2002
GLASSBORO, N.J. -- Middlebury won its second straight NCAA Division III women's lacrosse championship, and its fourth overall, defeating the College of New Jersey, 12-6, yesterday at Rowan College. The Panthers (18-0) also completed their second consecutive perfect season and have won 35 straight games. The Lions (17-1) failed in their quest for an undefeated season. Carin Heller opened the game with two goals to give the Lions a 2-0 lead. Middlebury's Meg Bonney scored two goals, then Krisitin Hanley took a feed from Katie Simpson and beat Lions goalie Jen Munday to break the tie. Just 42 seconds later, Julia Bergofsky scored to increase Middlebury's lead to 4-2. Later in the first half, Hanley slipped past two defenders and fired a low shot past Munday to make the score 6-3. Middlebury put the game away in the second half, getting four straight goals to take a 10-3 advantage.
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November 17, 2003
On November 15, 2003, ELIZABETHCOLEMAN MOONEY, native of Baltimore; caring and courageous wife, mother and grandmother, died in New York, City, after a brief illness. With an M.A. in Education from the College of New Rochelle, she taught reading to the learning disabled for more than 25 years. Westover School, where she prepared for college, honored her for unique use of the telephone for one-on-one instruction. Passion for music, led her to establish a Classical Music Series at her alma mater, Bryn Mawr College.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 22, 2005
EWING, N.J. - Salisbury has never experienced a perfect season before, much less captured an NCAA women's lacrosse championship. But the Sea Gulls could accomplish both feats today in the Division III title game thanks to yesterday's 15-11 semifinal triumph over Colorado College at the College of New Jersey. Salisbury (17-0) will face 11-time champion the College of New Jersey, which the Sea Gulls defeated, 9-7, on March 13. New Jersey (15-2) beat defending champion Middlebury, 15-14, in the other semifinal.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | May 15, 2005
Top-ranked Salisbury University raced out to a 5-0 lead and cruised to a 15-4 victory against 13th-ranked Washington and Lee in an NCAA Division III tournament game Sunday afternoon. Senior midfielder Linda Ackerman paced the Sea Gulls (16-0) with three goals, and Kate Scott had two goals and two assists. Junior attacker Amanda Tack added two goals and one assist, and junior Ali Goetz recorded 10 saves in goal. Salisbury has won 27 of its past 28 games. Amanda Stickler paced W&L (15-4)
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By Lary Bump and Lary Bump,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 16, 2004
PITTSFORD, N.Y. - The Salisbury women went into their NCAA Division III lacrosse semifinal with a plan to stop the College of New Jersey's two top scorers. For a time, the best defense was a good offense as the Sea Gulls jumped to a 4-0 lead in the first 11 minutes. They held that lead for another eight minutes. But then the dam broke. New Jersey scored the game's next eight goals and went on to a 14-9 victory in the game at St. John Fisher College. "We tried to do our best to take out their top two scorers, [Katie]
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 22, 2003
Salisbury advanced to the Division III field hockey championship for the first time since 1986 with a 1-0 victory over College of New Jersey yesterday in Annville, Pa. Senior Lindsay Elliott redirected Erin Budd's shot in the 21st minute for the game's lone goal. Salisbury, in its third final four in four years and first national title game since winning the tournament 17 years ago, will play top-ranked Middlebury in today's championship. Middlebury (19-0) won its semifinal yesterday over Cortland State, 2-1. The Sea Gulls (19-1)
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November 17, 2003
On November 15, 2003, ELIZABETHCOLEMAN MOONEY, native of Baltimore; caring and courageous wife, mother and grandmother, died in New York, City, after a brief illness. With an M.A. in Education from the College of New Rochelle, she taught reading to the learning disabled for more than 25 years. Westover School, where she prepared for college, honored her for unique use of the telephone for one-on-one instruction. Passion for music, led her to establish a Classical Music Series at her alma mater, Bryn Mawr College.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 20, 2002
GLASSBORO, N.J. -- Middlebury won its second straight NCAA Division III women's lacrosse championship, and its fourth overall, defeating the College of New Jersey, 12-6, yesterday at Rowan College. The Panthers (18-0) also completed their second consecutive perfect season and have won 35 straight games. The Lions (17-1) failed in their quest for an undefeated season. Carin Heller opened the game with two goals to give the Lions a 2-0 lead. Middlebury's Meg Bonney scored two goals, then Krisitin Hanley took a feed from Katie Simpson and beat Lions goalie Jen Munday to break the tie. Just 42 seconds later, Julia Bergofsky scored to increase Middlebury's lead to 4-2. Later in the first half, Hanley slipped past two defenders and fired a low shot past Munday to make the score 6-3. Middlebury put the game away in the second half, getting four straight goals to take a 10-3 advantage.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 22, 2005
EWING, N.J. - Salisbury has never experienced a perfect season before, much less captured an NCAA women's lacrosse championship. But the Sea Gulls could accomplish both feats today in the Division III title game thanks to yesterday's 15-11 semifinal triumph over Colorado College at the College of New Jersey. Salisbury (17-0) will face 11-time champion the College of New Jersey, which the Sea Gulls defeated, 9-7, on March 13. New Jersey (15-2) beat defending champion Middlebury, 15-14, in the other semifinal.
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By Lary Bump and Lary Bump,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 16, 2004
PITTSFORD, N.Y. - The Salisbury women went into their NCAA Division III lacrosse semifinal with a plan to stop the College of New Jersey's two top scorers. For a time, the best defense was a good offense as the Sea Gulls jumped to a 4-0 lead in the first 11 minutes. They held that lead for another eight minutes. But then the dam broke. New Jersey scored the game's next eight goals and went on to a 14-9 victory in the game at St. John Fisher College. "We tried to do our best to take out their top two scorers, [Katie]
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By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | May 13, 2002
McDaniel College, as Western Maryland College will be known after July 1, is a name people seem to either love or hate. The change, announced Friday night, was a major topic of conversation on campus and in Westminster during the weekend. One local merchant said yesterday that he wasn't sold on the name McDaniel College. "A long time ago the college was named for the railroad. It's part of our culture," said Eric A. Masters, who runs the Fun-E-Nuf Antiques and Collectibles store on Westminster's Main Street with Cathy Connelly.
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By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | May 13, 2002
McDaniel College, as Western Maryland College will be known after July 1, is a name people seem to either love or hate. The change, announced Friday night, was a major topic of conversation on campus and in Westminster during the weekend. One local merchant said yesterday that he wasn't sold on the name McDaniel College. "A long time ago the college was named for the railroad. It's part of our culture," said Eric A. Masters, who runs the Fun-E-Nuf Antiques and Collectibles store on Westminster's Main Street with Cathy Connelly.
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